Is Jesus Hanging Out In Australia?
By James Donahue
Jesus, who was among the great world prophets, warned his followers that in the end times people should
"take heed that no man deceive you. For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ, and shall deceive many."
Indeed, we have all read about the various cult leaders who have claimed to be the Christ, or at least
his representative on earth. Most like Jim Jones, David Koresh and Marshall Applewhite to name a few, have lead their followers
into human tragedy.
Now, from Australia’s Wilkesdale, in Queensland, comes word of Alan John Miller, a 47-year-old
inspirational teacher who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus. His partner, Mary Suzanne Luck, 32, says she is the reincarnation
of Mary Magdalene. Together they run the cult of "Divine Truth."
Not surprisingly Miller and Luck have attracted a following. People are not only gathering around
the couple, but they are buying land in the area and plans are in the works to erect a teaching center.
Miller, who wears his light brown hair long and sports a full bears that makes him look like the popular
portraits of Jesus, boldly maintains "my name is Jesus and I’m serious. Just a little over 2,000 years ago we arrived
on the Earth for the first time."
Miller also stated in a recording: "There’s probably a million people who say they’re
Jesus and most of them are in asylums. But one of us has to be. How do I know I am? Because I remember everything about my
Like so many other cults, Miller’s Divine Truth is dividing families and raising havoc among
his followers. He encourages them to leave their jobs, sell everything and if necessary, leave their friends and family and
move to Wilkesdale. It is unknown how many have joined the cult at this time.
Miller teaches that there is going to be an impending destruction of Australia’s coastal cities
by earthquakes and floods with water reaching depths of 100 meters. "There will be no Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Sunshine/Gold
Miller and Luck have been attracting global attention because of their teachings. Various television
networks have sent reporters to Wilkesdale to prepare stories about the Divine Truth activities.
Local police are not that enthused about having a cult like this in their neighborhood. They say they
have been called to investigate screams, but have been told that the noise was only coming from members participating in a
healing exercise that calls for shouting to help process "past life soul damage."
Also it is to be noted that Miller is a divorced father of two children. He says his first marriage
failed after he started remembering details of his past life as Jesus.